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BOXING-SHEERAZ/
RTS99OTT 
July 04, 2022 
Boxing - Hamzah Sheeraz Media Event - HUM2N Chelsea, London, Britain - July 4, 2022 Hamzah Sheeraz receives... 
London, United Kingdom 
Hamzah Sheeraz Media Event 
Boxing - Hamzah Sheeraz Media Event - HUM2N Chelsea, London, Britain - July 4, 2022 Hamzah Sheeraz receives infrared light therapy after the cryo chamber Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers 
BOXING-SHEERAZ/
RTS99OS3 
July 04, 2022 
Boxing - Hamzah Sheeraz Media Event - HUM2N Chelsea, London, Britain - July 4, 2022 Hamzah Sheeraz receives... 
London, United Kingdom 
Hamzah Sheeraz Media Event 
Boxing - Hamzah Sheeraz Media Event - HUM2N Chelsea, London, Britain - July 4, 2022 Hamzah Sheeraz receives infrared light therapy after the cryo chamber Action Images via Reuters/Andrew Boyers 
LEBANON-BLAST/ANNIVERSARY-MENTAL HEALTH
RTXF1TQS 
July 27, 2021 
Mohamad Cherry poses in his home that was damaged in last year's Beirut port blast, in Beirut, Lebanon... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
The mental health toll of Beirut's blast on those who lived through it 
Mohamad Cherry poses in his home that was damaged in last year's Beirut port blast, in Beirut, Lebanon July 27, 2021. "I feel strange. I feel like a stranger in my home... I've felt this way for a year now. And it's like we are still reliving what happened? it's also hard to forget because I am still living in the same house where I went through this? My house is my comfort. It's the place I've lived in for seven years...but unfortunately, this comfort zone got invaded?I tried to find myself again in my home: I made changes to the decor, I got plants... I tried to find a way to bring happiness, a light again at home. but unfortunately no matter how hard I try, this light is not showing up?.The trauma that I am living and that I lived on the 4th of August.. I am not able to fix, through [yet] therapy". 27-year old Mohamad said. Picture taken July 27, 2021. REUTERS/Emilie Madi 
GLOBAL-PHARMA/
RTS1SRWD 
May 22, 2018 
Pharmacy shop signs are seen in Valletta, Malta May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi 
Valletta, Malta 
Pharmacy shop signs are seen in Valletta 
Pharmacy shop signs are seen in Valletta, Malta May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi 
GLOBAL-PHARMA/
RTS1SRWA 
May 22, 2018 
A pharmacy shop sign is seen in Valletta, Malta May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi 
Valletta, Malta 
A pharmacy shop sign is seen in Valletta 
A pharmacy shop sign is seen in Valletta, Malta May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi 
TURKEY-EASTERNEXPRESS/
RTS1PCP9 
May 01, 2018 
Garra rufa obtusas, also known as "doctor fish", swim around the face of a man as he relaxes in a hot... 
Sivas, Turkey 
Garra rufa obtusas, also known as "doctor fish", swim around the face of a man as he relaxes in a hot... 
Garra rufa obtusas, also known as "doctor fish", swim around the face of a man as he relaxes in a hot spa pool in Kangal, south of the central Anatolian city of Sivas, Turkey, March 27, 2018. REUTERS/Umit Bektas TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
USA-MARIJUANA/TOURISM
RTX5U8LP 
April 21, 2018 
Hannah Landau uses light therapy for relaxation at the new Magnolia cannabis lounge in Oakland, California,... 
Oakland, CA, UNITED STATES 
Hannah Landau uses light therapy for relaxation at the new Magnolia cannabis lounge in Oakland 
Hannah Landau uses light therapy for relaxation at the new Magnolia cannabis lounge in Oakland, California, U.S. April 20, 2018. Friday marked the first '4/20' since the sale of recreational marijuana became legal on January 1. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage 
USA-MARIJUANA/TOURISM
RTX5U8L5 
April 21, 2018 
Hannah Landau wears marijuana-themed socks while using light therapy at the new Magnolia cannabis lounge... 
Oakland, CA, UNITED STATES 
Hannah Landau wears marijuana-themed socks while using light therapy at the new Magnolia cannabis lounge... 
Hannah Landau wears marijuana-themed socks while using light therapy at the new Magnolia cannabis lounge in Oakland, California, U.S. April 20, 2018. Friday marked the first '4/20' since the sale of recreational marijuana became legal on January 1. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage 
HEALTH-CANCER/LIGHT
RTX2GD10 
June 15, 2016 
Professor Jack Baniel, a senior Israeli urologist from the Tel Aviv University and head of Ramat Aviv... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
Professor Jack Baniel, a senior Israeli urologist from the Tel Aviv University and head of Ramat Aviv... 
Professor Jack Baniel, a senior Israeli urologist from the Tel Aviv University and head of Ramat Aviv Medical Center's Urology department where a pilot for an Israeli-developed photodynamic therapy to kill prostate cancer tumors in patients, is taking place, poses for a picture, in Tel Aviv Israel May 5, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner 
HEALTH-CANCER/LIGHT
RTX2GD0X 
June 15, 2016 
Doctors treat a patient during a pilot of an Israeli-developed photodynamic therapy to kill prostate... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
Doctors treat a patient during a pilot of an Israeli-developed photodynamic therapy to kill prostate... 
Doctors treat a patient during a pilot of an Israeli-developed photodynamic therapy to kill prostate cancer tumors in patients, at an operating room in Ramat Aviv Medical Center's Urology department in Tel Aviv, Israel May 5, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner 
HEALTH-CANCER/LIGHT
RTX2GD0U 
June 15, 2016 
Doctors treat a patient during a pilot of an Israeli-developed photodynamic therapy to kill prostate... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
Doctors treat patient during pilot of Israeli-developed photodynamic therapy to kill prostate cancer... 
Doctors treat a patient during a pilot of an Israeli-developed photodynamic therapy to kill prostate cancer tumors in patients, at an operating room in Ramat Aviv Medical Center's Urology department in Tel Aviv, Israel May 5, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner 
BRAZIL-PRISON/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1TF96 
October 27, 2015 
Lights shine over a complex of ten prisons along "Penal Road" in Porto Velho, the capital of the Brazilian... 
Porto Velho, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
Lights shine over a complex of ten prisons along "Penal Road" in Porto Velho, the capital of the Brazilian state of Rondonia, August 28, 2015. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 30 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRAZIL-PRISON/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1TF7T 
October 27, 2015 
An inmate (L) tends to a fellow prisoner while performing ear candling during an alternative therapy... 
Porto Velho, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
An inmate (L) tends to a fellow prisoner while performing ear candling during an alternative therapy session as part of the ACUDA programme, at a complex of ten prisons in Porto Velho, Rondonia State, Brazil, August 27, 2015. Ear candling, which involves inserting a hollow cone-shaped device into the ear canal and lighting the exposed end, is believed by practitioners to draw out earwax. According to ACUDA the therapy is beneficial for the inmates' emotional health. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 9 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRAZIL-PRISON/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1TF7R 
October 27, 2015 
Inmates administer ear candling therapy to fellow prisoners during an alternative therapy session as... 
Porto Velho, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Brazil's Prisons - A Life Beyond Crime
Inmates administer ear candling therapy to fellow prisoners during an alternative therapy session as part of the ACUDA programme, at a complex of ten prisons in Porto Velho, Rondonia State, Brazil August 27, 2015. Ear candling, which involves inserting a hollow cone-shaped device into the ear canal and lighting the exposed end, is believed by practitioners to draw out earwax. According to ACUDA the therapy is beneficial for the inmates' emotional health. Down a dirt road in the Amazonian state of Rondonia, prisoners convicted of murder, theft and other crimes get a rare release from the day-to-day hardships of a penal system known for violence and overcrowding. ACUDA (Association for the Cultural Development of Prisoners), a local charity in the capital city of Porto Velho, trains detainees in spiritual and physical healing practices such as Ayurvedic massage as well as in vocational skills including car mechanics and gardening. The therapies have one goal, says Luiz Carlos Marques, the charity's founder - educating inmates about the possibilities of life beyond crime. REUTERS/Nacho Doce PICTURE 8 OF 30 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "BRAZIL'S PRISONS - A LIFE BEYOND CRIME" SEARCH "ACUDA" FOR ALL IMAGES
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1MG4M 
July 30, 2015 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in... 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in Brasilia Zoo, July 30, 2015. The zoo's veterinary hospital uses acupuncture and laser therapy to improve the health and well-being of animals with chronic diseases. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1MFY5 
July 30, 2015 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in... 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in Brasilia Zoo, July 30, 2015. The zoo's veterinary hospital uses acupuncture and laser therapy to improve the health and well-being of animals with chronic diseases. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1MFXY 
July 30, 2015 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in... 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in Brasilia Zoo, July 30, 2015. The zoo's veterinary hospital uses acupuncture and laser therapy to improve the health and well-being of animals with chronic diseases. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1MFXW 
July 30, 2015 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in... 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in Brasilia Zoo, July 30, 2015. The zoo's veterinary hospital uses acupuncture and laser therapy to improve the health and well-being of animals with chronic diseases. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
BRAZIL-ANIMALS/
RTX1MFXH 
July 30, 2015 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in... 
Brasilia, Brazil 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in... 
A blue-throated macaw receives acupuncture and laser therapy treatment at the veterinary hospital in Brasilia Zoo, July 30, 2015. The zoo's veterinary hospital uses acupuncture and laser therapy to improve the health and well-being of animals with chronic diseases. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino 
USA-SCIENCE/
RTR47VY9 
September 27, 2014 
An attendee receives light therapy on his knee and eyes during the opening day of the second annual Bulletproof... 
Pasadena, UNITED STATES 
An attendee receives light therapy during the second annual Bulletproof Biohacking Conference in Pasadena... 
An attendee receives light therapy on his knee and eyes during the opening day of the second annual Bulletproof Biohacking Conference at the Pasadena Convention Center in California September 26, 2014. The conference features groundbreaking work in the optimization of human, mental and physical performance. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
BOLIVIA/
RTX14T6C 
October 29, 2013 
Bolivian Rosa Estrellani, an Aymara witchdoctor, lights candles at her workplace in El Alto, outskirts... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
Bolivian Estrellani, an Aymara witchdoctor, lights candles at her workplace in El Alto 
Bolivian Rosa Estrellani, an Aymara witchdoctor, lights candles at her workplace in El Alto, outskirts of La Paz, October 29, 2013. Bolivians believe keeping the skulls of close relatives at home as a macabre talisman will bring about good luck and protection. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
MYANMAR-BOMBING/
RTX14BVU 
October 15, 2013 
A policeman stands inside the intensive care unit (ICU) room where a American woman injured during the... 
Yangon, Myanmar 
A policeman stands inside the ICU room where an American woman injured during the Traders Hotel bomb... 
A policeman stands inside the intensive care unit (ICU) room where a American woman injured during the Traders Hotel bomb blast is receiving treatment at Yangon General Hospital in Yangon October 15, 2013. It was just before midnight when the crude time-bomb exploded in the ninth-floor guest room in the luxurious Traders Hotel in Myanmar's biggest city, badly wounding the American tourist and showering the streets below with glass. A police source told Reuters the explosion late on Monday was part of a coordinated series of bomb attacks across Myanmar by an "organised group", targeting tourist haunts, a Buddhist temple and other public places. It was the seventh blast since Friday and was followed by two more explosions early on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jared Ferrie (MYANMAR - Tags: DISASTER CIVIL UNREST) 
MYANMAR-ADDICTS/
RTX11ID9 
July 10, 2013 
Residents play a ball game as someone washes themselves at "The Light of The World" rehabilitation centre... 
Myitkyina, Myanmar 
Residents play a ball game as someone washes themselves at "The Light of The World" rehabilitation centre... 
Residents play a ball game as someone washes themselves at "The Light of The World" rehabilitation centre for heroin addicts in Myitkyina, the capital of Myanmar's Kachin state July 6, 2013. The centre, run by The Kachin Baptist Convention offers a 3-month "course" of prayer, Bible study and devotional singing for drug users. There is no methadone at the centre. Myanmar is the world's largest producer of opium after Afghanistan, and use of its derivative heroin is widespread. The centre's popularity is a testament both to the severity of Myanmar's drug problem and the lack of options for users in a poor country where modern treatment programmes are rare. Picture taken July 6, 2013. To match Story MYANMAR-ADDICTS/ REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH RELIGION DRUGS) 
MYANMAR-ADDICTS/
RTX11ICC 
July 10, 2013 
A resident of "The Light of The World" rehabilitation centre for heroin addicts shows traces on his neck... 
Myitkyina, Myanmar 
A resident of "The Light of The World" rehabilitation centre for heroin addicts shows traces on his neck... 
A resident of "The Light of The World" rehabilitation centre for heroin addicts shows traces on his neck from a traditional healing method for a fever in Myitkyina, the capital of Myanmar's Kachin state July 6, 2013. The centre, run by The Kachin Baptist Convention offers a 3-month "course" of prayer, Bible study and devotional singing for drug users. There is no methadone at the centre. Myanmar is the world's largest producer of opium after Afghanistan, and use of its derivative heroin is widespread. The centre's popularity is a testament both to the severity of Myanmar's drug problem and the lack of options for users in a poor country where modern treatment programmes are rare. Picture taken July 6, 2013. To match Story MYANMAR-ADDICTS/ REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH DRUGS RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CAMBODIA-GARMENT/
RTX11C05 
July 04, 2013 
Garment worker Eng Chen, 23, waits to receive an intravenous therapy at an one-bed private clinic in... 
Phnom Penh, Cambodia 
Garment worker Eng Chen waits to receive an intravenous therapy at an one-bed private clinic in a suburb... 
Garment worker Eng Chen, 23, waits to receive an intravenous therapy at an one-bed private clinic in a suburb of Phnom Penh June 27, 2013. Most garment workers who arrive from the provinces to work at factories in Cambodia's capital live in tiny apartments packed into crowded buildings. Four or even more people can share a room, costing around $35 per month, usually three by three meters with one light and one electric fan. The garment industry has become by far Cambodia's biggest export earner, with shipments up 10 percent in 2012 to $4.44 billion. As investment in the country's textile industry is surging, so is labour unrest, putting pressure on suppliers to the world's big garment brands to raise wages and improve sometimes grim conditions in one of the last bastions of low-cost factories. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (CAMBODIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)

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ROMANIA/
RTR3EKKY 
March 04, 2013 
People play badminton inside Praid Salt Mine, 350 km (215 miles) north of Bucharest March 4, 2013. A... 
PRAID, Romania 
People play badminton inside Praid Salt Mine, north of Bucharest 
People play badminton inside Praid Salt Mine, 350 km (215 miles) north of Bucharest March 4, 2013. A part of the mine, located 160 meters deep and 1.3 km from the entrance, is open to tourists and is also used as therapy for respiratory problems such as bronchitis or asthma, having a highly ionized air and a higher atmospheric pressure than on the surface. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ROMANIA - Tags: HEALTH TRAVEL SOCIETY) 
USA-KIDNEY/SWAP
RTR361SQ 
August 03, 2012 
Adam Abernathy is prepared for surgery to receive a donated kidney as part of a five-way organ transplant... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Abernathy is prepared for surgery to receive donated kidney as part of a five-way organ transplant swap... 
Adam Abernathy is prepared for surgery to receive a donated kidney as part of a five-way organ transplant swap in New York, August 1, 2012. Abernathy's partner David Ferguson donated a kidney for transplant to a stranger while at the same time someone else donated a kidney to Abernathy as part of chain of kidney donations that allowed five people to receive a transplanted kidney over a two day period. The health dangers for kidney donors is believed to be low. The risk of death from the surgery is 1 in 1,700, according to the National Kidney Foundation, and life expectancy is said to be unchanged with one kidney. Picture taken August 1, 2012. To match story USA-KIDNEY/SWAP REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
BRAZIL/
RTR3590J 
July 24, 2012 
A member of the group Traffic Psychologists fixes his clown nose in a toilet of a petrol station in preparation... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
A member of the Traffic Psychologists fixes clown nose in Sao Paulo 
A member of the group Traffic Psychologists fixes his clown nose in a toilet of a petrol station in preparation for his performance at a traffic light in Sao Paulo July 23, 2012. Traffic Psychologists is a non-profit non-governmental organization which aims to humanize traffic and reduce the level of stress caused to drivers. Sao Paulo has more than 7 million vehicles, according to figures from the state transport authority Detran. Picture taken July 23, 2012. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30WBY 
April 18, 2012 
A cat stands in front of a Lipizzaner horse in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April... 
Vienna, Austria 
A cat stands in front of a Lipizzaner horse in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna 
A cat stands in front of a Lipizzaner horse in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30WBW 
April 18, 2012 
Head gear of Lipizzaner horses hang at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner... 
Vienna, Austria 
Head gear of Lipizzaner horses hang at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna 
Head gear of Lipizzaner horses hang at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30WBU 
April 18, 2012 
Lipizzaner horse "Alea" stands under a solarium at the stables of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna... 
Vienna, Austria 
Lipizzaner horse "Alea" stands under a solarium at the stables of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna... 
Lipizzaner horse "Alea" stands under a solarium at the stables of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30WBS 
April 18, 2012 
Horse tack of Lipizzaner horses hang at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner... 
Vienna, Austria 
Horse tack of Lipizzaner horses hang at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna 
Horse tack of Lipizzaner horses hang at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30WBN 
April 18, 2012 
A horse rider feeds a Lipizzaner horse with sugar at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012.... 
Vienna, Austria 
A horse rider feeds a Lipizzaner horse with sugar at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna 
A horse rider feeds a Lipizzaner horse with sugar at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30WBB 
April 18, 2012 
A keeper holds a Lipizzaner horse in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012.... 
Vienna, Austria 
A keeper holds a Lipizzaner horse in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna 
A keeper holds a Lipizzaner horse in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30W9D 
April 18, 2012 
Head gear of Lipizzaner horses hang at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner... 
Vienna, Austria 
Head gear of Lipizzaner horses hang at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna 
Head gear of Lipizzaner horses hang at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30W97 
April 18, 2012 
Keeper Ozsvath Istvan looks at Lipizzaner horse "P. Wanda" at the stables of the Spanish Riding School... 
Vienna, Austria 
Keeper Istvan looks at Lipizzaner horse "P. Wanda" at the stables of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna... 
Keeper Ozsvath Istvan looks at Lipizzaner horse "P. Wanda" at the stables of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30W91 
April 18, 2012 
Keeper Ozsvath Istvan cleans the stable of Lipizzaner horse "Mara" at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna... 
Vienna, Austria 
Keeper Istvan cleans the stable of Lipizzaner horse "Mara" at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna 
Keeper Ozsvath Istvan cleans the stable of Lipizzaner horse "Mara" at the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30W90 
April 18, 2012 
Two Lipizzaner horses look out of their box into the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April... 
Vienna, Austria 
Two Lipizzaner horses look out of their box into the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna 
Two Lipizzaner horses look out of their box into the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30W8W 
April 18, 2012 
Keepers lead Lipizzaner horses inside the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012.... 
Vienna, Austria 
Keepers lead Lipizzaner horses inside the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna 
Keepers lead Lipizzaner horses inside the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30W8R 
April 18, 2012 
A keeper holds a Lipizzaner horse in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012.... 
Vienna, Austria 
A keeper holds a Lipizzaner horse in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna 
A keeper holds a Lipizzaner horse in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30W8I 
April 18, 2012 
Austrian horse rider Hannah Zeitlhofer stands between Lipizzaner horses Dagmar (L) and Rubina (R) in... 
Vienna, Austria 
Austrian horse rider Zeitlhofer stands between Lipizzaner horses Dagmar and Rubina in the yard of the... 
Austrian horse rider Hannah Zeitlhofer stands between Lipizzaner horses Dagmar (L) and Rubina (R) in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30W8G 
April 18, 2012 
A keeper stands next to a Lipizzaner horse inside the stables of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna... 
Vienna, Austria 
A keeper stands next to a Lipizzaner horse inside the stables of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna 
A keeper stands next to a Lipizzaner horse inside the stables of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30W8F 
April 18, 2012 
A keeper holds a Lipizzaner horse in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012.... 
Vienna, Austria 
A keeper holds a Lipizzaner horse in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna 
A keeper holds a Lipizzaner horse in the yard of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
AUSTRIA/
RTR30W6Y 
April 18, 2012 
A cat looks at Lipizzaner horse "Alea" as it stands under a solarium at the stables of the Spanish Riding... 
Vienna, Austria 
A cat looks at Lipizzaner horse "Alea" as it stands under a solarium at the stables of the Spanish Riding... 
A cat looks at Lipizzaner horse "Alea" as it stands under a solarium at the stables of the Spanish Riding School in Vienna April 18, 2012. Every Lipizzaner horse receives individual care and attention, a regular work schedule and a specially created food plan. The supply of revitalising water, magnet therapy covers and solariums with infrared and ultraviolet light complete their daily wellness program. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
CHINA/
RTR2ZNON 
March 21, 2012 
A baby is exposed under the sun in the belief that it will prevent jaundice at a park in downtown Shanghai... 
Shanghai, China 
A baby is exposed under the sun in the belief that it will prevent jaundice at a park in downtown Shanghai... 
A baby is exposed under the sun in the belief that it will prevent jaundice at a park in downtown Shanghai March 21, 2012. Spring officially began on Wednesday in the Northern Hemisphere, and it is known as both the spring or vernal equinox. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT HEALTH) 
USA-MARIJUANA/LEGALIZATION
RTR2X4NS 
January 31, 2012 
Cannabis plants that will soon be harvested grow under 6000 watts of lighting at Northwest Patient Resource... 
Seattle, UNITED STATES 
Cannabis plants that will soon be harvested grow at Northwest Patient Resource Center in Seattle 
Cannabis plants that will soon be harvested grow under 6000 watts of lighting at Northwest Patient Resource Center in Seattle, Washington January 27, 2012. Efforts to legalize marijuana for recreational use are gaining momentum in Washington state and Colorado, despite fierce opposition from the federal government and a decades-long cultural battle over America's most commonly used illicit drug. Photo taken January 27, 2012 REUTERS/Cliff DesPeaux (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
CHINA
RTR2VLHX 
December 23, 2011 
Employees keep watch as they expose babies to the sun to prevent jaundice at the CareBay maternity care... 
Shanghai, China 
Employees keep watch as they expose babies to the sun to prevent jaundice in Shanghai 
Employees keep watch as they expose babies to the sun to prevent jaundice at the CareBay maternity care centre in Shanghai December 23, 2011. CareBay is a high-end maternity care centre in providing private services for "Zuo Yue Zi," or confinement period in Mandarin, a Chinese practice for mothers who have just given birth to stay indoors, undergo a restrictive diet and set of activities for a month. Traditionally, mother-in-laws are the ones overseeing the confinement period, but today, the task is left to a nurse or the mother herself. The centre has about 120 employees including maternity care experts, health consultants, beauticians and nutritionists who would look after the new mothers as well as their babies. The cost for a one-month service is between 79,800 yuan ($12,600) and 380,000 yuan ($60,000), covering food, accommodation, slimming exercises and yoga lessons for the mother and nursing services for the child. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH BUSINESS) 
FRANCE/
RTR2U3HM 
November 16, 2011 
A customer undergoes a teeth whitening treatment in a smile shop in Nice, November 16, 2011. Clients... 
Nice, France 
A customer undergoes a teeth whitening treatment in a 'smile shop' in Nice 
A customer undergoes a teeth whitening treatment in a smile shop in Nice, November 16, 2011. Clients bite on a gel-filled mouthpiece which reacts to the ultraviolet light in a 'bar a sourire' shop. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS HEALTH) 
POPULATION/
RTR2TBZI 
October 28, 2011 
A premature baby boy lies in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at an Imam maternity hospital... 
Karachi, Pakistan 
A premature baby boy lies in an incubator at maternity hospital in Karachi 
A premature baby boy lies in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at an Imam maternity hospital in Karachi October 28, 2011. The world's population will reach seven billion on October 31, according to projections by the United Nations, which says this global milestone presents both an opportunity and a challenge for the planet. REUTERS/Insiya Syed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH) 
POPULATION-CHILDBIRTH/
RTR2SZZ5 
October 22, 2011 
ATTENTION EDITORS - 14 OF 20 PICTURES TO MATCH PICTURE PACKAGE '7 BILLION, 7 STORIES - CHILDBIRTH FOR... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A premature baby sleeps in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at a public maternity hospital... 
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A premature baby sleeps in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at a public maternity hospital in Gatire on the outskirts of Caracas October 5, 2011. The hospital is part of the 'Barrio Adentro' programme, which is a collaboration between the governments of Venezuela and Cuba, where highly trained Cuban doctors help provide publicly-funded health care for poor and marginalized communities in Venezuela. The world's population will reach seven billion on 31 October 2011, according to projections by the United Nations. Picture taken October 5, 2011 REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
HEALTHCARE-CHINA/
RTR2KLJF 
March 30, 2011 
Patients sit with drips in their hands that hang from a light-fitting above them at Doctor Li Tongqiang's... 
SHUANGCHENG, China 
Patients sit with drips in their hands that hang from a light-fitting above them at Doctor Li Tongqiang's... 
Patients sit with drips in their hands that hang from a light-fitting above them at Doctor Li Tongqiang's medical clinic in the village of Jianhua, located on the outskirts of the northern Chinese city of Shuangcheng in Heilongjiang province March 29, 2011. Li is one of 800 'country' doctors that care for around 600,000 mostly farmers and their families who live in the rural areas surrounding the city of Shuangcheng. Li's annual salary is around 25,000 Yuan (US$3,900), and he sees around 15-20 patients per day, visiting homes of patients if they are unable to visit his clinic. China is in the midst of overhauling the biggest healthcare infrastructure in human history and in the past month, has pledged more money to bring more people under its insurance scheme, raise the levels of reimbursements, and improve services to meet the needs of a 1.33 billion population. Picture taken March 29, 2011. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
HEALTHCARE-CHINA/
RTR2KLIT 
March 30, 2011 
A patient sits with a drip in her hands hanging from a light-fitting above her at Doctor Li Tongqiang's... 
SHUANGCHENG, China 
A patient sits with a drip in her hands hanging from a light-fitting above her at Doctor Li Tongqiang's... 
A patient sits with a drip in her hands hanging from a light-fitting above her at Doctor Li Tongqiang's medical clinic in the village of Jianhua, located on the outskirts of the northern Chinese city of Shuangcheng in Heilongjiang province March 29, 2011. Li is one of 800 'country' doctors that care for around 600,000 mostly farmers and their families who live in the rural areas surrounding the city of Shuangcheng. Li's annual salary is around 25,000 Yuan (US$3,900), and he sees around 15-20 patients per day, visiting homes of patients if they are unable to visit his clinic. China is in the midst of overhauling the biggest healthcare infrastructure in human history and in the past month, has pledged more money to bring more people under its insurance scheme, raise the levels of reimbursements, and improve services to meet the needs of a 1.33 billion population. Picture taken March 29, 2011. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
HEALTHCARE-CHINA/
RTR2KLI2 
March 30, 2011 
Doctor Li Tongqiang (R) is reflected in the mirror of a cupboard as he attends to a patient at his medical... 
SHUANGCHENG, China 
Doctor Li is reflected in the mirror of a cupboard as he attends to a patient at his medical clinic in... 
Doctor Li Tongqiang (R) is reflected in the mirror of a cupboard as he attends to a patient at his medical clinic in the village of Jianhua, located on the outskirts of the northern Chinese city of Shuangcheng in Heilongjiang province March 29, 2011. Li is one of 800 'country' doctors that care for around 600,000 mostly farmers and their families who live in the rural areas surrounding the city of Shuangcheng. Li's annual salary is around 25,000 Yuan (US$3,900), and he sees around 15-20 patients per day, visiting homes of patients if they are unable to visit his clinic. China is in the midst of overhauling the biggest healthcare infrastructure in human history and in the past month, has pledged more money to bring more people under its insurance scheme, raise the levels of reimbursements, and improve services to meet the needs of a 1.33 billion population. Picture taken March 29, 2011. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
PAKISTAN-VIOLENCE/
RTXFOIT 
May 11, 2009 
Medical staff transport a bomb victim through a hospital in Peshawar, located in Pakistan's North West... 
Peshawar, Pakistan 
Medical staff transport a bomb victim through a hospital in Peshawa 
Medical staff transport a bomb victim through a hospital in Peshawar, located in Pakistan's North West Frontier Province, May 11, 2009. A suicide bomber killed 10 people at a security post in Pakistan on Monday as the army pressed on with an offensive against the Taliban in which the government said 700 militants had been killed. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN CONFLICT CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
SPAIN/
RTX8BPU 
September 02, 2008 
Would-be immigrants rest upon arriving at El Duque beach in the Spanish Canary Islands of Tenerife early... 
Tenerife, Spain 
Would-be immigrants rest upon arriving at El Duque beach in the Spanish Canary Islands of Tenerife 
Would-be immigrants rest upon arriving at El Duque beach in the Spanish Canary Islands of Tenerife early September 2, 2008. Around 62 persons, who reached the beach aboard a makeshift boat from Africa, were helped by rescue workers after they landed in European soil. REUTERS/Santiago Ferrero (SPAIN) 
CUBA/
RTR1XV3H 
March 04, 2008 
A premature baby receives intravenous immunoglobulin combined with phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive... 
Havana, Cuba 
A premature baby receives intravenous immunoglobulin combined with phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive... 
A premature baby receives intravenous immunoglobulin combined with phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the Ramon Gonzalez Coro maternity hospital in Havana February 22, 2008. Cuba has an infant mortality rate on a par with rich industrialized nations, of 5.3 deaths per 1,000 live births, which it boasts is lower than in the United States. Maternal mortality was down from 49.4 to 31.1 deaths per 100,000 live births. Picture taken February 22, 2008
REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) 
HEALINGTOUCH-NEWYORK/
RTX1TWX 
November 16, 2007 
Registered nurse Jackie Levin (standing, R) teaches first year nursing students the skills she uses in... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Registered nurse Levin teaches first year nursing students the skills she uses in the healing touch program... 
Registered nurse Jackie Levin (standing, R) teaches first year nursing students the skills she uses in the healing touch program at the NYU Medical Center in New York November 15, 2007. It's not traditional medicine but patients love it: an unconventional therapy called the healing touch that is gaining acceptance in some U.S. hospitals. The technique uses light touch and deep breathing to address energy imbalances, its advocates say. Though research on it is limited, the therapy is practiced at 30 U.S. hospitals and by nearly 2,000 certified therapists, according to Healing Touch International, based in Denver. Picture taken November 15, 2007. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES) 
HEALINGTOUCH-NEWYORK/
RTX1TSN 
November 16, 2007 
First year nursing students practice the skills taught by registered nurse Jackie Levin during her healing-touch... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
First year nursing students practice the skills taught by registered nurse Levin during her healing-touch... 
First year nursing students practice the skills taught by registered nurse Jackie Levin during her healing-touch program lecture at the NYU Medical Center in New York November 15, 2007. It's not traditional medicine but patients love it: an unconventional therapy called the healing touch that is gaining acceptance in some U.S. Hospitals. The technique uses light touch and deep breathing to address energy imbalances, its advocates say. Though research on it is limited, the therapy is practiced at 30 U.S. hospitals and by nearly 2,000 certified therapists, according to Healing Touch International, based in Denver. Picture taken November 15, 2007. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES) 
HEALINGTOUCH-NEWYORK/
RTX1TDN 
November 16, 2007 
Registered nurse Jackie Levin (L) uses her healing-touch program skills on fellow nurse Sarla Santos,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Registered nurse Levin uses her healing-touch program skills on fellow nurse Santos at the NYU Medical... 
Registered nurse Jackie Levin (L) uses her healing-touch program skills on fellow nurse Sarla Santos, who is recovering from a recent procedure, at the NYU Medical Center in New York November 15, 2007. It's not traditional medicine but patients love it: an unconventional therapy called the healing touch that is gaining acceptance in some U.S. hospitals. The technique uses light touch and deep breathing to address energy imbalances, its advocates say. Though research on it is limited, the therapy is practiced at 30 U.S. hospitals and by nearly 2,000 certified therapists, according to Healing Touch International, based in Denver. Picture taken November 15, 2007. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES) 
CANADA
RTR1OZQN 
April 24, 2007 
Four-day-old Abby wears an eye shade as she undergoes light therapy to treat jaundice at a hospital in... 
Winnipeg, Canada 
A premature baby wears an eye shade as she undergoes light therapy to treat jaundice at a hospital in... 
Four-day-old Abby wears an eye shade as she undergoes light therapy to treat jaundice at a hospital in Winnipeg, Canada, December 19, 2005. Abby was born six weeks premature. Picture taken December 19. REUTERS/Shaun Best BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
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